Hieronymus Praetorius

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Considered the founder of seventeenth century German organ music, Hamburg church musician Hieronymus Praetorius was also a copyist and music editor, compiling important collections of monophonic German…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Joseph, lieber Joseph mein Miscellaneous (Classical)
In dulci iubilo Vocal Music Choral
Magnificat Quinti Toni for organ Choral
Cantate Domino canticum novum, motet for 8 voices (Magnificat octo tonorum 1602, No. 4) Choral
O vos omnes Vocal Music
Christ, unser Herr, zum Jordan kam, for organ Keyboard
Magnificat primi toni, for organ Keyboard
Laudate Dominum, motet for 8 voices Choral
Magnificat quarti toni, motet for 8 voices (Magnificat octo tonorum 1602) Vocal Music
Gaudete Omnes for 6 voices Vocal Music
Christe Qui Lux, hymn for organ Keyboard
Nunc dimittis, motet for 8 voices Choral
Work(s) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Angelus ad pastores ait, motet for 8 voices Choral
Magnificat, tone V, for 8 voices Choral
Te lucis ante terminum 1, Versus (Im Basso) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Maria zart von edler Art Miscellaneous (Classical)
Jubilate Deo omnis terra, motet for 12 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1607, No. 62) Vocal Music
Magnificat quinti toni, motet for 8 voices Choral
Ecce Dominus veniet, motet for 8 voices (Cantiones sacrae 1599, No. 1) Choral
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